I'm an interesting combination of nerd, intellectual, athlete, shy-guy, and alpha-male rolled up in a svelte frame (oddly small wrists) and great hair (relatively).
A little about me: I'm somewhat short-ish, in great shape (compared to guys who aren't), green eyes, brown hair, and have a pretty nice smile (when i do smile). All in all, I'm a decent looking man (compared to ugly men). I'm intelligent, funny (sarcastic humor), charismatic (kinda), confident (yet reserved and peculiar), active, quick-witted (smartass), motivated (big goals), and affectionate (kind of a softy). Plus, I can cook (should get me bonus points). One of my greatest downsides is I can be oblivious at times...that's something which becomes all too apparent pretty quick I've been told. Doesn't seem to help me much knowing though. Into some of the following: fitness and fitness related activities, playing guitar, reading, watching/playing football, and watching movies. I don't go out to clubs--they just aren't my scene. I have a daughter from a previous marriage. She doesn't live with me year-round. And no, there isn't any "baby mama drama."
There is probably a good deal of things I could list here pertaining to what kind of music I like or what sports I follow. Maybe what hobbies I enjoy or how big my goals really are...but I won't. For one, you don't actually care and second, it won't change anything if you've bothered to read this far into the profile. I'm terrible at flirting and probably won't pick up on it--it's part of the "I can be oblivious..." thing. But, once I figure it out or you drop some pretty heavy hints (I mean baseball bat to the back of the head kinda heavy), it's all good. Call it a fatal flaw in an otherwise awesome person. Ha!
Since no one reads these things as it is, I'm going to take the time to spout off with some observations on this site and on-line dating in general. These sites are really nothing more than 21st century window shopping. This "quick access" to hundreds of people (profiles) has, essentially, weakened our ability to form strong relationships. Due, in part, to the aforementioned "quick access" of the potential "something better." While such an opinion is a broad generalization, and not entirely founded in statistical data, it cannot be mistaken. Tell me you have not messaged another back and forth, or even gone on a date (or two, or three), only to have said person cease contact with ne'er a word as to why. Logical inference: they found the proverbial "something better." In all seriousness (relative), I'm aware you get what you pay for and online dating is a crap shoot (this site is free, after all). Happy hunting!